Painting, photography and woodworking are among classes available to non-degree students.
Registration is open for the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design’s spring slate of continuing education classes for non-degree students. Fifteen courses will be available in spring 2019, including several options for beginning and intermediate painters and photographers, beginning and intermediate woodworking and furniture design, botanical illustration and more.
“We are so excited to be revving up for another semester in which we offer non-degree courses to the community,” said Samantha Steen, program manager of community engagement and continuing education at the Corcoran. “Afternoon, evening and weekend classes are available to work around any schedule, and we are dedicated to making this program a continued staple in the community.”
Late registration begins the first day of class.
Full-time George Washington University employees can also apply for tuition remission benefits covering 90 percent of tuition costs. Visit the Corcoran’s continuing education website to learn more.